1. Prepare bayberry and soak it in salt water for 5 minutes to wash out the small bugs. Those who don’t mind can skip this step.
2. Put the dried roselle, licorice flakes, rock sugar and bayberry together in the pot and add a lot of water. You must add more water, otherwise there will not be much water left after the boiled.
3. I did it twice. In the above step, I put 10 grams of dried roselle and 5 grams of this. I personally feel that 5 grams of dried roselle is enough. Otherwise, the taste of Luoshen will be too heavy to cover up the taste of bayberry
4. When the water is boiling, turn to low heat, cover the pot and cook for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, add stevia and mint leaves and cook for 5 minutes to complete. Bayberry will get angry more easily, but mint can reduce the fire. This way you won’t be afraid to drink too much and get angry. If you don’t like mint, don’t put it
5. Pour into another bowl, don’t pour the residue inside, the bayberry can be squeezed with a spoon properly, there will be excess juice flowing out
6. Cover with plastic wrap and put it in the refrigerator to prevent odor from other things in the refrigerator
7. When pouring into the bowl, save a part of it and put it in the ice tray. If you have a silicone ice tray at home, it will be more suitable because it is difficult to take it.
8. Red bayberry soup with sprite is good-looking and delicious, you can use bayberry soup directly, or you can use bayberry soup with ice cubes
9. This one uses bayberry soup ice cubes plus ordinary ice cubes and a few bayberry, pour in sprite, no added coloring
10. You can eat the bayberry after drinking
11. Use oolong tea with ice cubes of bayberry soup. This taste is also good. It has the bitterness of tea, the sourness of bayberry, and a touch of mint coolness.
12. The simple bayberry soup feels pretty good too
You can add any scented tea you like. You can try it out and see if you can find any new flavors.